Felix II, also known as Felix von Dogeheim, is a former Emperor of Norway.
Felix was born on the 28th of April, 1820, to Felix I of Norway and Mary, Princess of Bavaria.
Emperor of Norway
After Felix I passed away in 1830, Felix II took the throne of Norway. Due to his ambitions, he decided to take Sweden and Finland. Afterwards, he took over Denmark, ceding Greenland to the United States and Iceland to the United Kingdom.
Involvement in WW1
When WWI began in 1914, Felix sided with the Central Powers, occupying Iceland and parts of Scotland until the Treaty of Versailles in 1918.
Civil War and Abdication
In the 1920s, Felix's son, the soon-to-be Felix III, started a civil war, due to Felix II allying with the Central Powers. After a decade of back-and-forth fighting, Felix II abdicated the throne of Norway to Felix III in the Treaty of Bergen.